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What's New: Affordable TTC: A Ticket to the City
by Fair Fare Coalition | June 9, 2015
Public discussion about quality of life in Toronto has begun to include the critical role of public transit. Concerns about infrastructure and service issues were widespread during the recent 2014 municipal election. Much of the focus of the discussion about public transit is on the economic costs of congestion, the environmental benefits of quality public transit services and the importance of transit as a public service.
What's New: Prof. Dr. Feliks Tych (1929-2015)
| June 8, 2015
On February 17th, 2015 Feliks Tych passed away in Warsaw at the age of 85. The distinguished Polish scholar is well known to North American and UK historians mainly for his important research results on the famous Polish-German socialist Rosa Luxemburg and on the Jewish Bund.
June 7, 2015
The 2105 Left Forum opening plenary focused on anti-austerity politics, alliances, and national and international political potentials and challenges emerging in Europe and impacting the world; revolutionary dimensions of these developments - in the context of a mass-based political, economic, cultural, ecological, race, gender, and class struggle-illuminating politics - of electoral, left, and social movement organizing. Recorded in New York, 29 May 2015.
What's New: Should Bernie Sanders Run as an Independent?
| June 6, 2015
Researcher Ashley Smith and People's Action Campaign spokesman Jacob Swenson-Lengyel debate whether Senator Bernie Sanders' decision to run as a Democrat is the best way to advance a progressive platform.
What's New: SPE new issue: Regulating Care
| June 5, 2015
Studies in Political Economy is an interdisciplinary journal committed to publishing work that explores how political, economic and cultural processes and struggles interact to shape and reshape the conditions of people's lives.
What's New: No to a two-speed Eurozone
| June 4, 2015
On 25 January the Greek people took a courageous decision. They dared to challenge the Memorandum’s one-way street of rigorous austerity, and demanded a new agreement. That is, a new agreement allowing Greece to get back on course to growth – within the Eurozone, and with a viable economic programme – while avoiding the errors of the past.
What's New: Cap and giveaway?
by Zach Morgenstern | June 4, 2015
This April, Kathleen Wynne announced that Ontario intends to join California and Québec in a cap and trade carbon market. As greenhouse gas emission rates continue to increase and the Conservative and Republican parties continue to tie economic security with fossil fuel industry development, it can seem uplifting when governments do act.
Bullet #1125: New World Re-Ordering
by Mario Candeias | June 3, 2015
What should we call the current era? Post-everything? Or perhaps, the interregnum? Whatever the name it should be given, the current period is characterized by neoliberal trans-nationalization. In addition, U.S. hegemony has been under question since the beginning of this period. In fact, the Empire is no longer U.S.-American and a change in hegemony is in full swing.
Greece's Debt Burden: The Truth Finally Emerges July 4, 2015
Greece: Only the 'No' Can Save the Euro July 4, 2015
Europe has declared war on Greece July 4, 2015
Cultural rally for the 43 disappeared students July 4, 2015
Where did the Greek bailout money go? July 4, 2015
On 'Arab Awakening' July 3, 2015
Yes we need better transit July 3, 2015In The News archive:
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| 1:00pm, Sunday July 5, 2015
Assemble at Queen's Park, March to Allan Gardens, Toronto.
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|: March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate|
On Sunday July 5th, thousands of people will take to the streets of Toronto to call for an economy that reflects our values, creates good jobs, and solves climate change.
Taking our inspiration from the People's Climate March, which brought together over 300,000 people on the streets of New York City, this march is going to be big, vibrant, and reflect the diversity of the climate movement.
The march design will vividly show the shocks created by our present economy and the solutions we must pursue in order to shift we need to a new, clean economy. More information will be coming soon about march contingents.
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